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Example sentences for outwit

To outwit predators, insects have evolved all sorts of defenses, from spraying noxious fluid to playing dead.
To outwit physics, you can buy an expensive restaurant ice maker-or you can use this simple process.
And while the judicial proceedings dragged on, disease-causing bacteria continued to outwit antibiotics.
Neither gang is aware of his double play, and each thinks it is using him, but the stranger will outwit them both.
But they also outwit each other in sharp dealing and they bargain their mean souls away.
As well, trying to outwit specialists in investment innovation is going to be a endless headache.
It was a strange paradox of marriage that it required her to outwit her husband.
Stalky and friends might outwit the teachers, but the head would always slap them down on principle.
However, it deprives the protected sibling from learning to negotiate or barter or to use humor to outwit the other.
These kids steal to eat, lie to get by, outwit tourists to get money.
When nature does not permit conception, it is desirable to try to outwit nature.
You've probably read stories about the cunning fox trying to outwit his animal brothers and sisters.
The carved club is symbolic of magical powers allowing him to outwit his enemies.
Three clever billy goats outwit a big ugly troll that lives under the bridge they must cross on their way up the mountain.
They are aggressive birds that consistently outwit the tools utilized to scare them away.
Three clever billy goats outwit a mean, ugly troll that lives under the bridge they must cross on their way up the mountain.
Fishing, of course, is the sport of trying to outwit a fish.
She had recently demonstrated that she could outwit top lawyers on the witness stand.

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